Nokia 8 Sirocco Camera, Battery, Screen and Gaming Performance Review

Nostalgia is something that is always fashionable and sells, and Nokia knows it. His review of the Nokia 3310 was a success last year, and a few minutes ago he presented another model ‘blast from the past’ as is the Nokia 8110. Last January we learned the record of another from that time, Sirocco, which gave the nickname to a series of phones designed for a high-level audience from 2005 on the Nokia 8800 Sirocco the most luxurious and expensive model of the brand’s catalog by then. The registration of a new Sirocco led to think about bringing the concept of luxury terminal back, although in the end it has been adapted and not only for many billionaires.

Price and Details of the Nokia 8 Sirocco

With a truly Premium look that immediately suggests a Samsung Galaxy S only wider, the Nokia 8 Sirocco has a body made in one piece of stainless steel with a curved glass finish to give resistance and only 2 mm thick in the edges. The mobile mounts a curved screen pOLED of 5.5 inches and 2K resolution with curved edges and reduced frames protected by Gorilla Glass 5 and 3D Glass.

This edition of its top of the range of 2017 for the New Year mounts the Snapdragon 845, the processor that all the high range of this year will carry inside. And instead of being able to choose between 4 or 6GB of RAM, the Sirocco 8 brings directly 6GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 128GB.

Its Premium air is also distilled in a Dual rear camera with Zeiss optics with a 12-megapixel sensor and focal aperture f / 1.7 along with a secondary 13 MP with f / 2.6 aperture, 2X optical zoom and dual Tone flash. The front camera is 5MP against. Android One is the operating system chosen by the brand, an OS with two years of guaranteed security updates and improvements that will have updated with everything that Android futures bring.

Available since early April, the Nokia 8 Sirocco went on the market at a price of $ 890.